Veganic To Go

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7-4-14 Roppongi, Minato-ku, 1F Nogizaka Studio, Tokyo, Japan, 106-0032

Vegan cafe many organic ingredients. Dishes include brown rice lunch plate and vegan burger. Kitchen stops 1 hour prior to closing. Open Mon-Tue 11:30am-5:00pm, Wed 11:30am-2:00pm, Thu-Fri 11:30am-5:00pm, Sat 11:30am-2:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Japanese, Organic, Western, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Fusion

29 Reviews

First Review by Hack07

The Best Vegan Burger Ever - Edit

This place is worth going to just for the burgers. I have never eaten anything so glorious. It’s actually insane. Go out of your way to eat here !!!

Pros: vegan

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yummmmm - Edit

Good food, great people. Thought design and options.

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Amazing burgers - Edit

Great burgers. Amazing vegan ice-cream. Has vegan and raw vegan chocolates. Close to place where I study, so it is very convenient

Cons: Small, Credit card from 2000 yen only

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Yummy burger - Edit

Went there for dinner. We ordered burgers (out of the choice of burger or rice dish). The burgers themselves are rather unwieldy but very tasty! I would agree with a lot of the other reviews that the bread rolls are too small for what the content is. But otherwise, awesome. There are indeed only about 10 seats. Reservations are probably not actually required, contrary to what HC implies here, we were the only people in the place for the whole time we were there...

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Oishiiiiii - Edit

Super tasty. Highly recommend.

Cons: slightly small portions

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WOW!!!! - Edit

I loved the vegan avocado and tofu burger with hemp bun... Delicious!!!!

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Small friendly place - Edit

Very small restaurant with a great vibe! The food was excellent and light. Price in line with the other vegan places in Tokyo. If you order the taco don't expect the shell or pita bread. They have lots of desserts too.

Pros: Friendly atmosphere, Fresh light food, Nice area

Cons: A bit small

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great food but too small - Edit

Only one chef so it takes quite some time for the food to arrive. The buns for the burgers are too small so impossible to eat. Small portions so felt hungry after the meal. But great taste! But will go again and use the wrapper they provide to try and eat the burger without everything falling to pieces!

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-22

Pros: cute and small, great taste

Cons: too small buns. Impossible to eat the burgers.

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Taste yay, size nay - Edit

We had two burgers and a falafel, unfortunately the portion sizes are extremely small and we had to leave still hungry. For the price we definitely expected more. Also a bit slow, we were the only customers and had to wait quite a while. Still delicious so ....

Pros: Yummy

Cons: Expensive, tiny portions

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Here to stay - Edit

Vegan restaurants come and go in Tokyo. We were actually on our way to "The 6BT", but it turns out it's closed permanently. So we used the Happy Cow app to find something else in the neighbourhood. It turns out "Veganic To Go" is less than 100 metres away from what once was 6BT (easy to find, they even have a big sign on the main road).

Veganic To Go is a small, cute, cosy looking restaurant with space for about 10 people. And as the name implies, they provide food to go as well. The menu is quite extensive with burgers, pizza, taco, ice cream and "bowls" (rice and some kind of fake meat). Some meals are asian style, some western style but all is vegan.

We ordered the black bean burger and one bowl of rice and teriyaki. The latter was perfect: tasty, healthy and filling. The black-bean burger was just as tasty and healthy, but difficult to eat. The buns are too small and too soft, therefore the entire construction falls apart after taking a bite. Some may complain about the price, but judging by the high quality of the ingredient the price is justified.

"The 6BT" was so good that we actually travelled from one side of Tokyo to Roppongi to eat there. Veganic To Go is different: it's just good and we'll only go here again if we find ourselves in Roppongi. Veganic To Go: please don't go, you're a wonderful restaurant. Please stay!

Pros: tasty, healthy, cosy

Cons: burger falls apart because the bun is too small, burger falls apart because the bun is too soft

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Great Place! - Edit

If you are visiting The National Art Centre, this small cafe is located only 5mins away. I had the Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl which was a small portion for the price, however it tasted great and I really enjoyed it.

Also sells vegan desserts and ice cream.

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Excellent vegan place - Edit

A small vegan oasi in Tokyo , relaxing and cozy . Fresh food and very nice owner . Hamburger were amazing , so tasty . The soup and cakes delicious . Little bit expensive and not so big portion . But it's Tokyo standard . A place to try for sure Because the owner is also a great person and vegan for animals .

Pros: Amazing food , Relaxing atmosphere

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amazing - Edit

Absolutely amazing.
From the dressing of the Avacado burger to the wonderful ice cream and cheesecake.
Cosy ambience.

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Amazing vegan food! - Edit

The avocado tofu burger with fries was amazing! Very fresh and delicious! Nice place and food! Don't miss a lunch here.

Pros: Tasty food, Fresh and clean place, Friendly staff

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Decent, not great - Edit

I am eating my way through Tokyo's vegan and vegetarian establishments. I am underwhelmed so far and unfortunately, this place was no exception. I liked the colorful interior, friendly English-speaking staff and menu.

The waitress was a bit surprised that I ordered two main dishes. But given the serving sizes, I think this was the right call. I had soy meat on brown rice and the avocado burger.

The first dish was served layered so that all the soy meat was on top, followed by greens and finally rice. The bowl was so tall and narrow that I found no way to mix the ingredients or get to the rice before eating half the soy meat. The nuggets were deep-fried and rather soggy. The greens (spring onions I think) were nice, fresh and spicy - as far as I can tell, that was pretty much the only flavor in the dish.

The burger was stacked impractically tall, but I did not mind that one bit. Part of the fun of eating a burger is making a mess :). The patty looked, felt and tasted like a deep-fried chunk of tofu. It was completely bland, as if it had not been marinated or spiced in any way. There was a good amount of vegetables (again, very fresh) and a sauce that did not taste like much.

I have eaten some truly fantastic vegan burgers. The one I got here was far from that benchmark.

Pros: English menu and English spoken, Friendly, colorful

Cons: Pricey, rather small portions, Bland food

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Best burger I've ever had - Edit

Hands down best vegan burger I've ever had! And possibly best vegan meal had in Tokyo. Blackbean burger was not oily or too salty but very filling. Hearty vegetables inside resembled a delicious minestrone soup. Visited with my non vegan friend. She was blown away by the quality of the mock meat (teriyaki chicken rice bowl). And mentioned if not told beforehand wouldn't realise wasn't mock meat.
Also tried oatmeal choc chip cookie. More on crunchy side but delicious non the less.

Pros: All organic and local produce , friendly staff

Cons: Pricey compared to local Japanese restaurants with

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Good but pricey - Edit

Delicious food, made with care. The portions are kind of small and the prices high, though, but it's still a recommendation.

Pros: made with care , tasty, calm place

Cons: a bit pricey, portions ok

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great little place - Edit

I had the rice bowl with curry, which was so tasty, could've been a little warmer. My friend had the tofu avocado burger and fried soy meat as a side she said is was delicious. Great little selection of vegan sweets. Will come back here for dinner for the amazing looking pizza

Cons: not much room to sit down

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Yummy burgers, could eat two. - Edit

This is proximate to Roppongi station, and all of the art exhibitions and museums and park thereabouts, so really handy if you're visiting that area. The first time I went was tipping down with rain so I didn't wander around much. I also didn't fancy splashing out for the museums. But this was worth the trip alone. I wanted everything here. So much.

They have four burgers, six or so rice bowls (most topped with not-meat of some kind), a selection of desserts, and various sides and accompaniments. The burgers seem to be mostly made of hemp. The first time I went I had the teriyaki burger, and a side of fried soy meat. Both super delicious. The bread itself was pretty incredible, and the burger patty was made of some kind of beans, and smothered in sauce and salad. It could have been bigger, but maybe I got used to US portions. It certainly left room for dessert. The burger and side together came to 1,490 JPY which is pretty steep. But it *was* good.

The second time I had a slice of chicken mayo pizza, more deep fried soy meat, and hemp milk almond pudding (1,544 JPY). The pizza slice was small and fine, but nothing to go crazy for. Man I love the soy meat though.

Veganic has free wifi, but not much seating so I wouldn't feel comfortable bedding in here for a long while. They close at 5 on some days.

This review was originally posted at https://rhiaro.co.uk/2016/11/vegan-in-tokyo#veganic

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-20

Pros: Great food, Free wifi

Cons: Small portions for price

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Just ok. - Edit

I came here with a friend pretty eager to try one of their burgers. Both my friend and I ordered the black bean burger and were underwhelmed by it. It was, for the most part, not that flavorful. There was some nice sauce in the middle but there was not much of it. We ordered a side of fries and both agreed that it was the best part of the meal. The decor was lovely, the presentation of the food was nice but I won't be rushing back here any time soon.

Pros: good atmosphere, nice staff, good variety of food

Cons: expensive, unimpressive taste

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Super vegan fastfood! - Edit

We ordered two burgers (avocado and tartare), both were very savoury even if messy (we were prepared to eat burgers so we enjoyed the "dirty hands" part!).
Cozy place, really thoughtful staff.
Satisfying experience, we will come back for sure ?

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Hit or Miss - Edit

Came here with a friend, a little out of the way but nothing google maps can't help. Very nice, cozy interior, a little small, but we still got seats. Friend ordered black bean burger, and I, trying to be healthy ordered a seasonal salad. My friends dish was amazing! It was huge, delicious, stuffed with lettuce, and had a charcoal black bun. But my dish was a disaster. A limp salad, costing around ¥900, which I could probably make my own for ¥200. Soooo disappointing on my dish. My friend pitied me and gave me a bite of hers, and although the pattie's texture was mushy, it was still really delicious! Still so disappointed in my dish. If you come to this restaurant, it really seems you have to "pig out" and order the unhealthier dishes to get value. I'll peobably drop by a couple more times to review the other burgers - but trust me, the salad was a HUGE mistake.

Pros: Cozy, All vegan, Burgers!

Cons: Hit or miss

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5+ Burgers - Edit

Me and my friends tried this restaurant. The 4 of us all took different burgers. We were very satisfied. They all tasted fantastic!
The staff were fantastic! They made a special "glutenfree bread" for my girlfriend. Thanks!
I can really recommend this place, and I will go back if I ever come to Tokyo again.

Pros: Superfriendly staff, Fantastic burgers

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Inconsistent Food - Edit

My partner and I tried Veganic To Go and both had different reactions. I had the Hemp Burger with Avocado, chips and pickles. I loved it, the burger was messy but tasted fantastic so it was worth it. However, my partner had the Nasi Goreng and we both thought it was pretty bad. A cup of mushy rice that was quite bland, very small portion and over priced. Don't order it if you don't want to waste your money.
It was a cute little restaurant however and staff were nice.
Prices a bit high but that's expected at an organic place

Pros: nice burger, cute place

Cons: prices, bad nasi goreng

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really nice - Edit

Went here with two friends, was really nice vegan burgers and the bakery was amazing. The prices wren't cheap but considering quality and the majority of ingredients being organic would say was well worth it.

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So disappointed... - Edit

I came here wanting to love this place. I had been following the people behind this restaurant since they had stated Saku Kobo but I'm sad to say that I was so disappointed with this cafe but I feel I should probably let them and others know why.

First off, let's start with Veganic, or what is commonly known as vegan permaculture. This store twists the common definition as vegan + macrobiotic, which I found confusing. Just a little nitpick there I must admit.

But what really let this place down was the food. While it looks good, and they even claim on a sign "Best Veg Burger in the Universe," I would have to disagree with them. First, the burger is too big to eat properly. I ordered the tartar burger since it sounded unique and good, but it was served in a bowl with a paper at the bottom which became soggy. As I had no choice but to eat this with a knife and fork I probably ended up eating some of the paper too. The flavour of the burger was nothing special, and the addition of cabbage in the burger just really didn't work unfortunately. It was bland, and not impressive. Considering how difficult it was to eat, I really can't say anything good about it.

My fiance got the gluten-free option of Coconut spice Curry DON. It came in a drink cup first of all, which might have been convenient had we ordered our food to go, but as we ate at the restaurant it wasn't good. It was difficult to eat a curry in layers as you may imagine as the cup is full it's difficult to stir in the curry and rice and vegetables together without spilling it on yourself so you end up eating some vegetables on top and then some rice on the bottom and not together. A poor presentation unfortunately.

Finally, we ordered a side of onion rings which were alright, but were only served about a tablespoon of ketchup for the whole basket.

It was expensive for the amount it was, and considering the quality of the food was far overpriced I felt. Again, I really wanted to love this place as I used to drool over the food at Saku Kobo but this was a real let down. I also got a feeling this place was more about health than about the exploitation of animals which was kind of a bummer to me. Sadly this experience made us weary of other veg restaurants but luckily our other experiences were all positive.

Update 07APR16

I have removed comments about the spices and corn after the response from Veganic to go as they were just conjectures to begin with.

Pros: It's vegan

Cons: The food is not grown veganically, Too expensive, Poor presentation & difficult to eat

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Vegnaic25 25 Jan 2016 - Dear NinomaeJyuuichi

Thank you for coming while pre-opening. We served only plastic cup before. Now, we serve dishes plate for here.

Our curry is original. Our chef travel around the world and learn local cooking include India, Nepal. So our curry spice is not store based. It is a original blended.
We use organic baby corn. It is not bad all the cans product.

We keep going to serve good foods to customer for peace :)
We hope to see you again.

P.S.
Thank you for coming Saku-kobo. It was good time.  


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still hungry - Edit

unfortunately we were pretty disappointed. the place was nice and the music as well, but the portions were too Small for that amount of money. we spent 1400 euch without having Drinks and left the Restaurant hungry and frustrated. we had the soy meat, the vegetables and chickpea croquettes. taste was fine But the meat (5p) were more like five bites, the croquettes as well. we got only tiny balls, whereas I had imagined something like a palm sized proper croquette.
with that being said I really can't recommend that Restaurant. It's all like "Hey look at me I am super vegan and fancy now give me 2000 Yen!".
frustrated as we are now we are gonna Hit a conbini. Cheers

Pros: Nice Music, Nice sauces

Cons: way too expensive, Small portions, annoying

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